The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on May 15, 1935 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Wednesday, May 15, 1935
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TXW .-... ..... .. EVERYDAY PRICES $1.25 Indo-Vin 98c Arkenau's Drug Store Fnee Delivery — Phone 4O. West Side Square Clyde Maxfield in Windfall Saturday evening. Present' for the occasion were Mrs. Crouch and her husband, her father. Clyde Maxfleld, ployed in Peoria, 111.. Home over the week .Martha Ellen Maxfield ivho is em- aiid was of Ander- Crouch, Social Events A Complete Surprise. Mis. John Hash of N'orth Main sin-el was completriy surprised Monday evening wfien tin: inem- IK rs of the Tuesday Afternoon club arrived at the supper hour. M-ilh wril-filU'd lunch basket.-: to assist INT in the ce!< bration of IKT birthday anniversary. HIT daughter, Mary Margaret Hash, had assisted in the prepara- son. Miss Mary Loi Maurice C'roueh and Hi.rold Pickett. the latter of Union City. The dinner was in the nature | of a birthday surprise and the centerpiece for the talle was a largo birthday cake with 37 lighted candles, 20 of which were for Mrs. Crouch and 17 for Miss Martha Ellen Maxfield, whose birthday was on the 2i d of May, she being home for the week end, having been employed in Anderson for some lime. Evening guests at the Maxfielrt home were Mr. and Mrs. John Xeidlinmer of Hobbs. I Miscellaneous Shower. Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Andrews of near Windfall, gave a miscellaneous shower Monday evening for their son Forest Andrews and tion for the evening, and thai wife. The bride was honor guest was completely un-jMiss Annabelle Zinc of awaiv of th:; arrangements which'I The evening was spent in a social way until a late hour. Then were l>ein^ made. Following the delicious in ea i. ln-aiio and eurhre was enjoyed until a late hour when the guest.-departed wishing Mrs. Hush many more happy birthdays. the guests were called formerly Windfall. into the dining room where the happy couple opened their gifts. They [received many nice things, which jtlii-y appreciated very much. La- Tuesclav Afternoon Clnl>. jler refreshments were served. Tie- Tuesday Afternoon club Ii'-Iil their remilar meeting at the lioinc' of Mrs. Oris .hirlisoli on Norili West :-ireet Tuesday affr- iniiin. frith all bill three of th" nuTiib' rs present. Following the short business i-' .-.-ion, the afternoon was spent MM-ially with the hostess serving d> lici'Mis r'-freshmc-nts :it tli" Standerford nak I'.:ipliM 1..lilies Aid. The Ladies Aid soi-ieiy of the Fiv-t iiaptist i-liuri-!] will meet Thursday aft-rnoon ;it 2: no oYlo<-]; with Mrs. Koma Brown at The Standerford class of the West Street Christian church will meet Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Ross Wickersham, Jl'l Xorth Conde street. Hostesses will be. Mrs] Roy Purvis. Mrs. Ray Heiers, Mrs. 0. A. Reerbower, Mrs. F. B. Copper and Mrs. Robert Wickersnam. All members are requested to take note of the change from Friday night to Thursday and be present. ! lier h'Jiii". -H!i den'-.- street. All numbers jir-s-r.t. Xonli Imli-pen- are urged to be Legion Auxiliary. Kiileitaincil f<ir Daughter. Mrs. Clarenc' IK-l'SVille Was the glli-:| at a ilinii' r parly In Ul at th«homo n! her parents Air. and Mrs. The American Legionj Auxiliary will meet in special session Thursday evening at S:00 o'clock in the armory. There is [important business to be discussed, after which there will be a social period. ] Hostesses for the ev-ening will be Mrs. Mona HaskWt. Mrs. >f honor i Mayme Rristow and Mrjs. Margaret OraKam. i Every member is j especially urged to be present, j Permanent Waving SLAUTER'S HAT AND BEAUTY SHOPPE THEATRE MBBB5SEBBBH Today and Tomorrow He Made the Town's 40O CHAS.LAIJGHTON Ken Blue MARY BOLANO Comedy CHARLIE (HIGGLES XKWSand UU HTTS-IOUHD HIM SHORT UIUITJUU Fri.-Sat. Any Seat WO11AM MONDAY Club Lido. The Club Lido will meet Thursday evening at 7: SO o'clock with Mrs. Horace Michel atjtha home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Michel, west of Tipton. Any person having no way to go is asked to call Mrs. Mich ;\ at 4-121, and transportation will be provided. Every member is cordially invited to be present. Dorcas Club.! HONORED AT I. IT. UtABIA. Miss Cathcrin Edwards of Wind- Condition So Grave Ho Operation fall, Member of Mortar Board. Can Be Attempted Bloomington, May 15. — Miss Catherine Edwards of Windfall, has been «lected to membership in Mortar Board, honorary organization for upper class women of Indiana university. Miss Edwards will be a senior in the university next year. Eight other I. U. coeds were elected to membership along with the Windfall girl. Selection for membership was based on scholarship, activities, leadership, service on the campus, personality and character. Miss Edwards is /member of the Alpha Omkron ^pi social sorority, the Theta Sigma Phi professional journalistic sorority, and is an associate editor of the 1935 Arbutus, I. U. yearbook. Miss Edwards also, belongs to Peiades, a social organization of prominent sorority coeds at the university. STANDARD OIL SUIT. Indiana Company Has Brought Suit -Against New Jersey Co. CBy United Press). St. Louis, May 15.—The Standard Oil Company of Indiana today filed suit in federal court in an effort to enjoin the Standard Oil Company of New Jersey from marketing products under the trade name "Esso" in 14 states. The suit was an outgrowth of the recent opening of three "Esso" service stations in St. Louis by a subsidiary of Standard Oil of New Jersey. The suit charged that encroachment of the New Jersey corporation in 14 states of the Indiana company's territory constitutes infringement of trade mark rights. The Indiana company charged that for 40 years it has sold Us products under "so" trade marks and that millions of dollars went for advertising the marks and products. SLVTY YEARS AGO. This County Was Visited by a Heavy Snow Say Old Timers. Several old timers reminded a Tribune reporter that on May 15. 1875 this county was visited by a heavy snowfall, the ground being covered to a depth of five inches. According to their reports the snow was not all gone for several days. They also stated that that fall the -county harvested a heavy corn and wheat crop and there was considerable fruit, as the weather was not freezing. Persons who • have been complaining about the cool weather can be thankful the rains were not snow. (By United Press). Wool, England, May 15.—Col. T. E. Lawrence remained unconscious today at Wool Military hospital, suffering from a fractured skull. Specialists struggled to save the hero of the Arabs' revolt in the desert which changed the history of the Near East. Friends of Lawrence were advised that he bad a 'double fracture of the skull, a! broken leg and other injuries, j His super-strong constitution was all that kept him alive. Surgeons were aided by his unconscious state. The slightest movement might cause a relapse that would be fatal. His condition was so serious that an operation 1 was impossible for the time being. Lawrence sacrificed himself to save the life of Albert Hargreaves, 15, Butcherj's delivery boy. On his famous black motorcycle, he was racing Monday near his cottage at Moreton when at a turn called Hell Fire Corner he saw Hargreaves. Lawrence swerved his machine just in' time. The boy, on his bicycle, was grazed and thrown to the road but was uninjured. I So fast was Lawrence going, it was learned today, that he was the air, and crashed on the road catapulted over 100 feet through with such force that jparts of his clothing were torn off and imbedded in t he tar surface. deed order id. The property was sold to Mr i. Vivian Mclntosh for $1,,105. | i Mr. and 'Mrs. Smith resided in the property after removing here from Jackson and both died there. It is a desirable location and with ibut little expenditure can be made into a splendid prop-j erty. It was understood Mrs. Mcintosh made the purchase merely as an investment. LIQUOR BOARI> RULING. Illuminated Signs Bearing Trade Names Are Outlawed. OLD SCHOOLMATES MET. Mrs. Myrtle Messmore- Entertained \ a Number of Friends. .Mrs. Myrtle Messmore entertained a number of old schoolmates at her home, 12S North Conde street at a noonday dinner Tuesday, it being a gathering which proved to be a very enjoyable one. : j These- old friends get together occasionally at a diner party and they always have a good time Present yesterday as guests of Mrs. Messmore were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ludwig and children. Mrs. Grace Pence, Mrs. Cora Suite and : son Max, all of Tipton, and Mrs. I Florence Smith of Elwood. (Ky United Press). Indianapolis, May 15. — Illuminated signs bearing the trade names of alcoholic beverages, displayed in windows of many taverns in Indiana, were outlawed today by a ruling of the state alcoholic beverages commission. . Retail permits will be denied applicants who display advertisements containing trade names of beverages within 200 feet of taverns or within such taverns no that they are visible on streets or public highways, the commission ruled in a set of regulations drafted for the information of local advisory boards. The regulations included quotations from a section of the 1S35 law which prohibits roadliouses. (By Unltpil Press). Indianapolis, May 15. — Ray Hinkle. Bloomington, state police lieutenant, assumed new duties today as head of the excise department enforcement agency, it was reported reliably here. PURCHASED SMITH HOME. Residence on North Independence Street Brought $1,105. Sale of the residence property of the late Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Smith on North Independence street, was reported by the administrator of the late Mrs. Mary Smith, Wednesday morning in circuit court and approved and a Is Improving. Attorney; John P. Kemp, talked with his son Walter at Kokonio Tuesday evening and was as- surred by ;the son that he was getting along nicely although still confined to: his home and most Of the time in a chair or in bed. Walter Kemp sustained an in-j jury to his spine in an automobile crash at the intersection of Roads 28 and 31 Monday noon April 22 and for almost two weeks he remained in a hospital in Tipton. He also suffered a broken right shoulder but this is mending nicely.i i ECHO PROM BANK CLOSING. Two Actions iFiled Against Local People to collect assessments. In Connecticut there is a 45- acre farm ; that has been in the possession .of one family since 1675. • An echo from the closing of the Elwood State Bank, was heard In circuit court Wednesday morning when an action was filed by the department of financial institutions. Defendants to the action are Mary and Pauline Leisure residents of the northeast part of the county. The department after reciting some of the history of the closed bank states that assessments were levied on stockholders an dthat the the defendants have failed and refused to pay. • Demand for $1,600 is made against Pauline Leisure and ?2,175 against Mary Leisure. HONORED AT CONPEItENOE. Ft., Wayne Paper Carried Picture of Goldsmith Woman. When the annual session of the North Indiana confeernce was being held at Ft. Wayne, which ended -its-session May 6th", one of the interested persons in attendance was Mrs. Rebecca Smith, of Goldsmith, whose son Rev. Charles H. Smitlv is pastor of the First Methodist church at which the sessions were held. On Friday May 3rd, Mrs. Smith was presented to the conference and was presented by a large bouquet of flowers and the Ft. Wayne News-Sentinel on May 4th carried a large picture, showing the Goldsmith resident surrounded by a group of former ministers of :the Goldsmith and Hopewell circuit, while her son presented the bouquet.' In (he picture was Mrs. Smith and her son are shown Rev. M. C. Morrow, Rev. H. L. Liddle, Rev. M. B. Graham, Rev. Charles Tinkham. Rev. Sylvester Billheimer. Rev. D. M. Church,'Rev. H. R. Carson and Rev. L. C. Bentley. • Mrs. Smith was a guest of her son and wife during the conference and enjoyed the visit and the sessions of the conference very much. She has been a member of the Methodist church since childhood. Her son. Rev. Charles H. Smith, whose wife was formerly Miss Ruth Lebo of Tipton, was returned for another year as pastor of the First Methodist church at Ft. Wayne. Visited Here. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Winfield and son, Raymond, Jr., and daughter, Dorothy Jane, of Buffalo, New York, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Winfield and son, Bobby of Fort Wayne were the Mother's Day guests of Mrs. Frances 'Winfield at the home of the latter's sister. Loan For Home Purchasing, Home Building, and Home Remodeling or Improvements. The Tipton Building and loan Association Court Street J. A. LEWIS, Sec'y. Mrs. Chrrence Law on North Malm' street. Mrs. Winfleld is the mohter of the two men. A large and beautifully, decorated Mother's Day cake was furnished by Charles Winfleld who is manager of the Perfection Biscuit Company in Fort Wayne. Mrs. Fannie Knowles, who resides with Mrs. Winfleld here, was also a guest for the day. Tribune Want Ads Get .Results. This Week—Closing Out All Ready-to-Wear DELMAR Honey Krnst, Sliced Twin and L'nsliced Twin Bread With a New Flavor. GASPS BAKERY Mrs. Charles Beals will entertain the members of the Dorcas club at her home, 3«7 North Conde street, Thursday afternoon, and a full attendance of members is requested. Rebekah Ix)dg Tipton Rebekah Lodgi; will meet in regular session Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the I. O. O. F. hall. A full attendan hers is desired. :e of mem- • Liquor Board Meeting. Indianapolis, May 15 for additional meetlngE liquor boards were announced today by ,the state alcoholic beverages commission. The local boards will consider applications for retail permits. A meeting will be held at Elwood June 4. — Dates of county $1.00 DAYU Hat Prices Reduced Thursday, Friday and Saturday Rnode Hat Shoppe Genuine No. 3. Pocahojitas We have No. 8 that five* yon ino ooal without to the firmer structure *e genu- " dads. m ich Co. OLDEST PROFESSION. These Women in Mexico City Are Organizing. (By United Press). Mexico City, May 16.—Women of the oldest profession today issued a call for a meeting to organize a union whicJT, they announced, would have government approval. | They said they were organizing for the defense of women, and complained that they were exploited by organizers, by city officials, by policemen, by stores which charged them more for clothes than they did other patrons and by property owners who raised rents when they were tenants. State Dental Meeting. Local dentists are preparing to be out of their offices next,week during the week of the ^7th annual convention of the State Dental Association, which is to be held in Indianapolis Monday and Tuesday, ~May 27 and 28. Interest- Ing sessions have been planned for each day with prominent dental men on programs. Supper Guest. Mrs. Nora Evans of Greenfield was the Tuesday evening supper guest of Mrs. Clarence Law at her home on North Main street. She was an overnight guest of Mrs. Honora Richardson of South Main street. Donkey baieball Wednesday night, Tipton park. 0192 Chesterfields go home with me like a foot from the quittin whistle *>\. i Mild they are, youbet... , Yet they got taste and , , "' "- plenty to spare. Haven't got time for loose talk, folks ... but '' > , here's two words that just - hit the nail on the head...

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